Fuji Across 100 II B&W Film ~ 120 Roll ~ Just Arrived!

£10.96 Inc. vat

Fresh out and just arrived….

According to Fujifilm, the newly developed Neopan 100 ACROS emulsion features the company’s ‘Super Fine particle technology,’ which better retains highlight gradation and improves overall sharpness that ‘emphasises the contour of the subject.’

Fuji reckon that “We have achieved a three-dimensional gradation reproduction that can clearly express the world’s highest level of graininess and the tint of the subject, and excellent sharpness.”

Features of “Neopan 100 ACROSII”

  • Fuji inform that: By adopting our proprietary “Super Fine-Particle Technology”, we have achieved the world’s highest level of graininess as a black and white film with sensitivity ISO100…a technology that contributes to high print quality by precisely controlling the size and composition of silver halide particles contained in photographic films, which achieves both sensitivity and excellent graininess.
  • They state that “Compared to our conventional product “Neopan 100 ACROS”, the gradation of the highlight part is designed with a sharp, three-dimensional gradation reproduction is possible.”
  • The world’s highest level of sharpness enables the contours of the subject to be described is claimed

    Nik & Trick Note:  Did some research and reading this evening…appears this ought to be, to our liking anyway as it beats that the old Acros in that it seems to combat our concern and has much better and more defined contrast in the mid-tones.

    “But it;s made by Ilford isn’t it” (not a question but an unconfirmed statement) for me: Sod the conspiracy theories,…who cares where it’s made, you either like new products or we’re going backwards into a void!

    For sure it is not a rebranded film but a new emulsion as Fuji have stated. The change in formulations perhaps or probably caused by the same famine of raw materials that has bogged down Kodak production for the last couple of years. (that’s a big area where they are investing by the way)

    The Japanese datasheet…which disappeared before I could steal it…shows that reciprocracy is much like the older version which I know will please many.

    Development times: Fuji’s data is pretty hopeless on that score…..consensus of opinion seems to indicate that you’ll be okay using the same as before but there’s one way to find that out isn’t there!

    Well, we shall try a roll as soon as I can, most likely in Bellini BF200 Nucleol so we’ll see how it copes with a high energy developer 😉

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